Record-Breaking Mariana Trench Dive - James Cameron's Deep Ocean Dive, Diagrammed - Popular Mechanics

James Cameron's Deep Sea Dive, Diagrammed

Record-Breaking Mariana Trench Dive - James Cameron's Deep Ocean Dive, Diagrammed - Popular Mechanics

Gadgetflye.com - How Deep Is It Really? A Visual Representation Of The Ocean's Depths

How Deep Is It Really? A Visual Representation Of The Ocean's Depths

Gadgetflye.com - How Deep Is It Really? A Visual Representation Of The Ocean's Depths

The deepest mines, caves, lakes, bore holes, oil wells, whale dives, James Cameron adventures, and the tallest towers. All in one beautiful infographic. Get your learn on!

A Visual Guide to the Deepest Places on Earth

The deepest mines, caves, lakes, bore holes, oil wells, whale dives, James Cameron adventures, and the tallest towers. All in one beautiful infographic. Get your learn on!

James Cameron, the very well-known movie maker, descended into the Mariana Trench's Challenger Deep, the deepest point on Earth in March of 2012. He took his custom-designed submarine into the trench to explore the unknown. Cameron likens the experience to arriving onto a different planet. Unfortunately for Cameron and scientists, there was not any life that far down. On the other hand, Cameron's sub malfunctioned and he lost sight out of the sub, which forced him to return.

James Cameron, the very well-known movie maker, descended into the Mariana Trench's Challenger Deep, the deepest point on Earth in March of 2012. He took his custom-designed submarine into the trench to explore the unknown. Cameron likens the experience to arriving onto a different planet. Unfortunately for Cameron and scientists, there was not any life that far down. On the other hand, Cameron's sub malfunctioned and he lost sight out of the sub, which forced him to return.

James Cameron - Writer and Director - The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss, Terminator 2:Judgement Day, True Lies, Titanic, Avatar.

James Cameron - Writer and Director - The Terminator, Aliens, The Abyss, Terminator 2:Judgement Day, True Lies, Titanic, Avatar.

After years of preparation and days of uncooperative weather conditions, James Cameron, at approximately 2 p.m. ET (4 a.m., local time), began descending solo to Earth’s deepest, and perhaps most alien, realm,according to members of the National Geographic expedition.    If all goes to plan, the National Geographic explorer and filmmaker should become the first human to reachthe Mariana Trench’s Challenger Deep alone—and the only one to explore it in depth, in person.

After years of preparation and days of uncooperative weather conditions, James Cameron, at approximately 2 p.m. ET (4 a.m., local time), began descending solo to Earth’s deepest, and perhaps most alien, realm,according to members of the National Geographic expedition. If all goes to plan, the National Geographic explorer and filmmaker should become the first human to reachthe Mariana Trench’s Challenger Deep alone—and the only one to explore it in depth, in person.

Rocket Plunge to Deep End of the Planet

James Cameron’s Rocket Plunge to the Planet’s Deepest Recess

Photo from James Cameron's deep-sea dive

LOOK: New Seafloor Photo Shows Eerie Deep-Sea Realm

DEEPSEA CHALLENGE: James Cameron exploring the Mariana Trench in this high tech submersible. Really interested to see what samples and images they are able to bring back.

DEEPSEA CHALLENGE: James Cameron exploring the Mariana Trench in this high tech submersible. Really interested to see what samples and images they are able to bring back.

The world of marine biologists and enthusiasts is all abuzz this week as James Cameron completed his DEEPSEA CHALLENGE mission to the bottom of the Challenger Deep, nearly 7 miles below the surface of the Pacific Ocean. http://aquaviews.net/ocean-news/renaissance-deep-sea-exploration/

A Renaissance of Deep Sea Exploration

The world of marine biologists and enthusiasts is all abuzz this week as James Cameron completed his DEEPSEA CHALLENGE mission to the bottom of the Challenger Deep, nearly 7 miles below the surface of the Pacific Ocean. http://aquaviews.net/ocean-news/renaissance-deep-sea-exploration/

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